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Peter Rauhofer is a DJ, remixer and producer who formerly went under the moniker Club 69 as well as Size Queen. A native of Vienna, Austria, he is famous for his remixes of a number of Madonna's songs including "Nothing Really Matters", "American Life", "Nothing Fails, "Nobody Knows Me", "Get Together, "Impressive Instant, and "4 Minutes", as well as her collaboration with Britney Spears, "Me Against The Music". He has also provided remixes for Whitney Houston, Jessica Simpson, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Yoko Ono and Mariah Carey. He is also behind the tribal house record label Star 69 and is frequently a producer of the label's releases.

Rauhofer is also a popular DJ who presently spins throughout the United States. He was the former resident DJ at the weekly gay dance night held at the Roxy in New York. Rauhofer is currently the resident DJ of the gay dance party called "Work." Peter's party was held weekly at the Stereo nightclub in New York until March 3rd, 2008 when the City invoked eminent domain and acquired the building. "Work" is currently a monthly event, despite lacking a permanent venue. Rauhofer is mostly known for spinning tribal house and has played many gay circuit party events.

Peter Rauhofer (Club 69) won the Grammy Award in 2000 for Best Remixer of the Year the remix of Cher - Believe.